As part of the UK government’s International Science Partnerships Fund, the British Council is offering grants to researchers in the UK and Brazil to co-organise thematic workshops for early-career researchers from both countries.
The Amazonia Brazil-UK Workshop grants are designed to provide financial support to bring together bilateral cohorts of early-career researchers from Brazil and the UK to take part in workshops around core themes related to the Amazonia +10 initiative.
Potential workshop topics could include, but are not limited to:
- biodiversity and climate change
- protection of traditional communities
- urban challenges across the Legal Amazon
- bioeconomy to promote a new model of development.
Eligibility: Proposals must include one Principal Applicant in the UK and one Principal Applicant in Brazil. Principal Applicants must be Leading Researchers or Established Researchers, as defined by the European Framework for Research Careers.
Level of funding: The total funding available for this call is £320,000, with the size of each grant being up to £53,200.
- 7 January 2024: applications close